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Install Windows store app with WinGet

This blog post demonstrates how to install a Microsoft Store app using WinGet, a Windows package manager. The process begins by obtaining the Store App ID from the Microsoft official website. Once the App ID is acquired, you can use a command to open the store page or create a PowerShell script to launch the store automatically. To install the app without a prompt, first, install WinGet using a provided script, and then run another command with the store app ID. For developers building automation, this blog post also provides a script to check if the app is already installed using the exact WinGet app name. If it's not installed, the script attempts to download and install the app. A function called Install-StoreApp is provided, making it even easier to install Microsoft Store apps with WinGet. Examples of using this function with various app IDs and WinGet app names are also included. How can you adapt these scripts for your own automation needs? And what other applications can be...--GPT 4

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